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hospital to check on kate r-ps position and they managed to get put through to kate's ward. >> they were the worst accents ever. when we made the phone call we were sure a hundred people at least before us would have tried the same thing. >> reporter: by the way it's 4:00 in the morning in sidney on a saturday morning. there has been no response at all from the deejays regarding this breaking news, but we can tell you now, that their twitter accounts have been taken down. prince william and kate have also offered their condolances to the nurse, and in all fairness a couple of days ago when this broke megyn and i were laughing at the fact that this phone call actually got through, and so were a lot of other people, now now we have this horrible, heart wrenching ending to this prank. >> reporter: of course. to hear the accents originally was funny. now it's traeupblg. for more otragic. we can glow live to london, they are stunned. we will speak with a doctor about how public humiliation can become deadly. this is fox news alert, because we are just getting word within the last hour that pr
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portfolio standards require utilities to procure green power. so in texas we have blown past the rps. we're already there. >> it dictates and demands from the state, passed by the state, 100% of the power, some percentage has to come from renewable sources? >> that's exactly right. that's a huge driver for private investment in the industry. it's also been very important as katie said to have the production tax credit, the investment tax credit for solar. especially in a plummeting gas price environment, we need these incentives in order to keep building the infrastructure. >> solar, i think, is undergoing a sort of remarkable decline in the costs of production, but it doesn't have nearly the share that wind does, right? is that where solar is at right now? >> let me put this in perspective. if you talk about the tax to convert satellite into electricity. the first commercial use was in 1994. at the time it was literally astronomical in costs. not for the space race with the soviets where we needed satellites in space and needed power for the satellites. nasa turned to solar cells as a s
of the top tier rp candidates there at the very end of this contest say to me, personally, hey, i feel like i didn't get a fair deal from them. they were out there, basically in the tank for the other guy. >> but if you listen to the audio on washingtonpost.com, that conversation that k.t. mcfarland had with general petraeus, it is pretty stunning when you hear it. she didn't think it was a joke. she was taking it very, very seriously. she's a former high-ranking official in the defense department during the bush administration. >> that's right. and as you see in our piece, she went on fox news a couple of days later, after petraeus was tapped to head the cia and basically recounted much of what was said during that discussion. but at the same time as we're all talking about partisan media and so forth, keep in mind, you know, the prime-time pundits and anchors over at msnbc were over at the white house this afternoon, meeting with president obama on the administration's proposals for getting the fiscal cliff passed up on capitol hill. so, you know, i would say a lot of republicans who would
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